Bahía San Agustín

Bahía San Agustín information

If you head 1.7km west of the airport to a crossroads on Hwy 200, then 13km south down a dirt road, fording a river after 9km, you’ll reach Bahía San Agustín. One way to get here is to take a bus to the Hwy 200 turnoff, then a taxi. The beach is long and sandy, with a long line of palapa comedores, some with hammocks for rent overnight. It’s popular with Mexicans on weekends and vacations but quiet at other times. Usually the waters are calm, and the snorkeling is particularly good (some of the comedores rent out equipment).